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Rain was no barrier to successful competition and house cheers at the 2017 Junior School Athletics Carnival.
Australians responsible for significant moments in the nation’s history have been celebrated in colourful portraits painted by Wenona Year 6 students.
Wenona graduate Kate Obermayer spoke of advocacy and living with deafness at a Women of Spirit breakfast which enjoyed record attendance.
Senior College mothers and daughters showed support for the Aminata Maternal Foundation after its founder shared her personal journey to support the maternal health of women in Sierra Leone.
Enthusiasm and excellence were hallmarks at Wenona’s Senior School Athletics Carnival, with record-breaking performances.
Our Junior and Senior School students commemorated the sacrifice and bravery of those who served Australia at war with special assemblies.
Students from the six School House groups took a dramatic turn in their quest for the house cup.
Grandparents of Years K to 6 visited Wenona to enjoy special Assembly performances, followed by a tour of the Junior School and a picnic with their grandchildren in St Leonards Park.
We cheered on our Years 7 to 12 as they finished their 2 km run through St Leonards Park, running alongside some of our keen teachers.
Wenona hosts its fourth annual STEM Car and Transportation showcase. Observing the cars and remote controlled airplanes, the girls were able to put their Physics, Design and Technology and Engineerin ...
We had the pleasure of welcoming back a group of Wenona alumnae who graduated over 60 years ago. They attended our Principal's Assembly, toured the school, enjoyed a morning tea and even participated ...
Our Year 9 campers have returned from Kangaroo Valley. Here they spent five days filled with activities including hiking, canoeing, paddle boarding and mountain biking, to name a few.